By: Cortney Piper, President Good mentors don’t need to look or operate within traditional, one-on-one mentoring structures. In my experience, some of the best mentoring relationships are observational. These mentors don’t have to actively teach and coach you. You can
“Good and slow.” When I was an executive leader with Governor Bill Haslam’s Administration, this was the feedback we received from Tennesseans about the performance of state government.